Archive | April, 2011

FAQ: What Does A Mechanic’s Lien Do?

Short answer: If you’re unpaid on a construction project, a Mechanic’s Lien is an effective way to get paid. In most states, the filing of a mechanics lien prevents the owner from selling, refinancing or transferring property. Further, and perhaps more importantly, a lien claimant who is originally allowed to…

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Zlien Now Offering Commercial Collection Services

zlien manages preliminary notices and mechanic liens for construction projects all across the United States, and is excited to announce the addition of commercial collection services to its scope of services for our valued customers.

Now, from the moment your company signs a new contract, you…

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FAQ: Does A Mechanic Lien Cloud Title Forever?

Short Answer: No, a mechanics lien will only last for a certain proscribed period of time. Once that time has passed, the lien holder must file a lawsuit to foreclose upon the lien. If the lawsuit is filed, the lien will stay active until the suit is concluded. If…

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